Pavoncelli’s plastic free products: home and travel

Who Gives A Crap Toilet Paper
Who Gives A Crap toilet paper is an essential plastic-free transition that any sustainable shopper needs to make. The rolls are 3-ply and good quality and made from 100 percent recycled and biodegradable paper. There are no inks, dyes, or scents used in the production, and they come individually wrapped in fun, decorated, also 100 percent recycled, paper. The rolls arrive on your doorstep in a cardboard box with no other wasteful packaging included. The company charges £36 for a box of 48 rolls, or £24 for 24 rolls, and offers a free trial to new customers, as well as £5 off for customers who subscribe to multiple deliveries over time. Fifty percent of Who Gives A Crap’s profits are donated to help build toilets for those who need them, and there is a 100 percent money-back guarantee to those who don’t like their purchase. The company also makes paper towels and tissues. You can purchase any of these products at

Elephant Box Lunchboxes
This box is great for bringing your lunch to school. Bringing packed lunch helps you cut down on your carbon footprint as the food you consume isn’t individually wrapped. These boxes are completely leak-free and easy to carry around. They come in multiple different shapes and sizes and are all durable and long-lasting. The boxes are made from 100 percent food-grade stainless steel and are dishwasher safe too. The large box pictured costs £29.50, but smaller options range from £12 to £25, depending on size. They also come in sets (see pair on the left), that fit inside each other for easy storage. You can purchase these boxes at or

Frank Green Cups
This reusable cup is a great sustainable swap for anyone. The cups are made in small, medium, and large sizes, and come in a variety of colors. The large cup holds 16oz and costs £27.99, the regular holds 10oz and costs £25.99, and the small holds 6oz and costs £22.99. You can also personalize your cup with multiple colors on the Frank Green website. The cups have a ceramic inner lining and stainless steel outer layer, creating a vacuum seal that keeps your drink hot or cold for hours. They are also BPA-free, and the lid is dishwasher safe. The company also sells its original reusable cup made from fully recyclable co-polymer, as well as a ceramic water bottle. You can purchase and personalize these items at

About Antonia Pavoncelli ('24)

Arts Editor 2019-20

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